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First Stop

Your first stop should be an encyclopedia or other tailored reference source. Below are links for three general encyclopedias and one reference database, which is a cross-searchable collection of hundreds of specialized encyclopedia entries focused on the ancient world.

  • Encyclopaedia Britannica  Icon
    Digital, multimedia version of the renowned encyclopedia.
  • World Book Advanced  Icon
    World Book Encyclopedia, plus research tools, primary source documents, and a large collection of ebooks (mostly classic literature, social theory, and philosophy).
  • Ancient and Medieval History  Icon
    A Facts on File database, containing hundreds of full and partial reference books up to ~1450.
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    Award winning encyclopedia

Dig Deeper

After looking through encyclopedias, both general and specialized, you'll need deeper sources. Specialized topical databases, which collate a variety of sources all cross-searchable, are an excellent second step. Here you will find additional specialized encyclopedias, primary sources, academic articles, and more.

  • World History in Context  Icon
    Dates back approximately 5,000 years and contains primary and secondary sources and multimedia and print material.

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